Trump to undergo medical examination while critics question fitness for office

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Before the press was ushered out of the cabinet meeting, Trump said, "We want fairness". Trump denied the majority of the claims while also going as far as calling Wolff a "liar" and a "loser".

The President made no mention of "Fire and Fury", the new Michael Wolff book that takes a critical look at Trump's first year in office.

The White House says it will release similar information to past presidents, so the public could find out what effect Mr Trump's love of fast food and sedentary lifestyle (he likes to play golf but uses a buggy) have had on his health. "If you write this one, I'm suing you", Trump told the reporter of the piece.

"There is no federal libel law, and the president does not have the authority to change state libel laws", he said.

"I want her to fight for president, I do not think she meant to announce it, but now she has no choice", so Meryl Streep appreciated the speech of 63-year-old Oprah, who is an fantastic speaker.

He tweeted: "Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart". "Some veterans have more difficulty with this than others, and we see this expansion of mental health care and suicide prevention programs to be part of an important safety net".

Stepping up his campaign, Trump has promised to hold "Fake News Awards" later this month.

Mr Trump, on the campaign trail in 2016, repeatedly questioned whether his opponent, Hillary Clinton, possessed the mental acumen to be president.

- Primary Care and Mental Health integration - care that ensures veterans who are seeing primary care providers and show signs of mental health concerns are seen that same day.

"There are no federal libel laws, so it will be hard for Trump to "open them up, ' as he called for during the campaign", said Alexandra Ellerbeck, the North America Program Coordinator for Committee to Protect Journalists".

'But twice The Washington Post hasn't - would not let me put that in my column, ' he added.

But the president, 71, will not have a psychiatric evaluation, despite claims he is suffering from dementia.

'Until your book came out, this was something we were not allowed to speak about, ' Scarborough told him. Smith's stance is a rarity on Fox News which has become a mostly political safe space for the president and his White House.

But a book's author, he argued, doesn't have that problem. In her speech 63-year-old Oprah Winfrey said: "Many magnificent women in this room, and some very decent men, are resolutely struggling to become leaders".